Apple today has released a new beta version of its TestFlight app for iOS. The update includes support for Dark Mode ahead of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, which include a new system-wide Dark Mode interface.
With the version 2.6 build of TestFlight, the new Dark Mode interface is enabled automatically if you have the system-wide Dark Mode setting enabled. On a system-wide basis, you can manually enable iOS 13’s Dark Mode, or schedule it for certain times of day. Learn more in our full guide.
The Dark Mode interface in TestFlight is only available through the beta version of the app. If you’re running the iOS 13 or iPadOS 13 beta, you’ll be able to try it out in the beta version of TestFlight.
In the lead up to iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 being released to the public this September, we should expect many apps to start testing Dark Mode interfaces. While some apps already offer Dark Mode support, they’ll need to be updated to automatically show the interface when the system-wide setting is enabled.
- Hands-on: This is what Dark Mode looks like in iOS 13 [Gallery]
- How to use Dark Mode on iPhone in iOS 13
- Hands-on: The best iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 features [Video]
- Apple officially unveils iOS 13 for iPhone at WWDC 2019 with Dark Mode, swipe keyboard, more
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